Mass deregulation of the mass communication is the end of democracy.


Deep phrase.

It is taken from the movie “Orwell Rolls in His Grave“, that describes media power development and other very important US issues, that are related to other countries too. It is full with information, questions and theories, that turns to make surprised and deep conclusions.

One of the authors conclusions/thoughts (as chronicle), some of them are presented as news headlines,

Budget deficit bad

Budget deficit good

Osa*a B*n L*den

Osa*a B*n L*den

Wanted DEAD or ALIVE!

Forget Osa*a

It’s Sad*am

His nuclear Weapons!

His chemical Weapons!!

Where are these weapons ?

It’s not about that, it’s about Iraqi Democracy.

Where is Osa*a B*n L*den ?

Who cares…

Drive this presidense like you stole it.

Author builds different controversial theories, that are presented at the movie. As well there are some predictions for the regulations types that were not at 2003 (even possible), however they appeared after that.

Well as far as I notice, it looks like that invented method of country regulation by Soviet Union seems to gain popularity across the World, when the government and all processes are being regulated by the small groups, in order to defend and expand their interests. Despite of the fact that Soviet Union model of the regulation is strongly criticized by “democratic” society. A lot of ideas are taken from unsuccessful experiment, probably just some of them are being realized on different way.

P.S. Fine, time to find some free time and read “1984”, finally.

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One response to this post.

  1. Posted by victoria bedham on January 19, 2011 at 11:47 am

    interesting writing but why the coding of osamabinladen after all who cares?

    Reply

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